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los angeles. lindsay lohan is out of jail this morning after only serving 12 hours behind bars for failing a drug test. the 24-year-old athres was rlgsed overnight and driven away in a black suv right back to her home. and that's where we find nbc's kristen welker. with a good morning to you, kristen, when did lindsay get home last night? wee hours? >> wee hours. good morning. she arrived here at her west hollywood apartment at about 12:30 this morning. all thanks to her attorney. a superior court judge and a lot of money. lindsay lohan released from jail just hours after a judge had ordered her back inside without bail. the troubled actress first reported to court friday morning dressed to the nines for yet another probation violations. this time she tested positive for drugs just weeks after she was released from rehab. before the hearing started, lohan was all smiles. but all that changed when ten minutes after the hearing started, judge eldon fox ordered her to be handcuffed and taken into custody for nearly a month without bail. lohan showed little emotion but dad michael
collection will be auctioned off at christie's in london. >>> still ahead on 9 news now tonight lindsay lohan is back in trouble but out of jaimie, but for how long? >>> also being called a hero tonight. find out how one man may have saved nine of his neighbors. >> 93 degrees at reagan national ties an all-time record for 90 degrees plus days in a year. cloudy skies and cool temperatures which means big changes coming our way which i will have in our complete forecast. >> $500 is what you will pay if caught it will driving while texting in maryland. pledge to put the phone down. ap workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. we'll keep restoring the jobs, tourist beaches, and businesses impacted by the spill. we've paid over $400 million in claims and set up a $20 billion independently-run claims fund. i was born in new orleans. my family still lives here. i'm gonna be here until we make this right. [ music ] >>> being called a real-life superman. neighbors say james perfect kins raised to the residue of nine people in upstate new york when he saw flames and smoke pouring out of
in columbia. in the middle east no arrests were made. >> overnight lindsay lohan released from jail despite the fact she was supposed to be locked up until late october. her attorney challenged the ruling that ordered her to be held in prison without bail. >> that mug shot she needs as a head shot. she now has to wear a ankle bracelet and stay away from places that sell alcohol. the 24 year old is do you back in court in october 22nd to determine if she violated her drug test. lohan served less than one-third of her jail sentence and released from rehab: a aircraft landed safely in an remote air of kaistana. >> it looks like the moon. >> the three astronauts returned to the earth following a six month stay. they were placed in reclining chairs to help them adjust to gravity. >> and bora topped that out. >> lock how cavalier we are about space travel. 10 or 15 years ago we would have stopped everything. a capsule going back or coming up. >> this is the kicker in the story. >> that speaks to how good we are gotten. >> talk about what congress may or may not do. a lot of eyes on what congress
for her hoax. >>> a warrant is out for lindsay lohan's arrest and she is likely to go to jail. lohan failed a drug test after a judge gave her early release from rehab. she will likely have to serve more time. last month the judge warned her that if she failed a test, she would spend 30 days in the county jail. >>> more than 100 people in brazil were hurt. bleaches collapsing at an auto race. six people rushed to the hospital, two are still in serious condition. authorities say about 200 people had been in the stands at the time and they're still investigating to figure out what made those bleachers collapse. >>> something former president jimmy carter said to brian williams is getting an awful lot of attention today. remarks that forced the former president to release a statement clarifying, trying to clear things up. take a listen. >> i feel that my role as a former president is probably superior to that of other presidents. primarily because of the activism and ejection of working of the senate and to international affairs and to some degrees, domestic affairs on energy conservati
niro, jessica alba, don johnson and lindsay lohan dressed as a nun. i think if people are really curious about robert rodriguez and the genre of film he produces, this is definitely a draw. i don't know if it's for everybody. i do think it's a built-in audience. not surprised it comes in second. >> hch going the distance" withdrew barrymore and justin long is number five right now. what's going on there? >> i think people have seen this movie before. drew barrymore, this is her genre. the thing about drew i really like is she produces these films. she has a company called flower films and they have had $870 million in box office revenues, she's produced "charlie's angels," "he's not that into you." i think the fact she produces it makes up for the film in the back end. people like seeing these two people on camera. there could be a resurgence come monday. labor day weekend also is a slow weekend to begin with because i think everybody is at the beach because they know school is starting. >> amy palmer, more later, thank you. >>> first she was accused of crashing a white house par
. senator lindsay graham, republican south carolina, was a key to getting a deal to building a facility in the u.s. that could replace gitmo, a place in the u.s. that could you place a number of these prisoners. lindsay graham hasn't had a conversation about this since may. had he a good conversation going with the white house and it ended. he said it was if it were hit by a predator drone and went off the landscape. they recognized that nothing is going to happen on this and with a more republican house, a more republican senate, there's even less chance of getting any kind of a replacement forg gitmo. >> so this is even during the campaign, something that the human eye spar about a lot. >> you said it will never close. >> never close. >> i still think it should. >> one of the earliest goals was closing guantanamo. >> closed within the first year. >> yeah, you're absolutely right. it's sort of the political -- >> jimmy carter granted amnesty and broke said that he would close down gitmo. >> i can't wait to get jimmy on this show. >> he's got the book. i think he likes me, tom. >> wait.
, and that is a problem. lindsay graham gave a great speech at the american enterprise institute last week, and he made a couple of great point about the war. we have that captured a single high-value target in the last couple of years, we do not know what is coming. we are killing people, but we do not really know what al qaeda is thinking about. i think that deserves to be among the national conversation with our candidates. we should also be talking about progress against other movements. there have been several attempts of an attack on american soil, and that will be front and center. host: is there a time, if the economy got bad enough, where it would be prioritized above the fence? guest: part of the job of the president is to manage all of these issues. it is not being the president of the economy, or, it is all of these things. -- war, it is all of these things. being a world power has costs that go along with it. at the end of the day, there are costs that need to be born. we need to understand that our we need to understand that our congress needs to be talking about all of these issues in a
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